It's a fact.
A forestry company says a proposed harvest in Lake Country’s watershed will be well-planned, professionally conducted and subject to government monitoring.
First-year engineering students at UBC Okanagan will wrap up their first semester on Friday by showing off designs that will make some people's lives better.
There will be a very modern mix of businesses at the West Kelowna Industrial Park with a cannabis company and electrical, mechanical and plumbing contractors taking space.
Every Saturday morning, 24-year-old Kody Woodmass takes part in the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society’s Saturday Outreach Breakfast, which delivers hot meals to approximately 100 people.
The extension of Kelowna’s Begbie Road not only provides another connection from Wilden to Glenmore Road, but also opens up 14 more building lots at the master-planned community.
A booming insulation industry, coupled with growing consumer interest in making their homes more efficient, continues to add up to a strong need for skilled workers in the Southern Interior.
As tears rolled down Billie Jean Shepherd’s face, a police officer used bolt cutters to sever the chain that shackled her to the door.
Proponents of a five-storey, 90-unit development in Kelowna had planned on simply knocking down an old farmhouse that stands on the site.
Now that the end is here for the Tolko lumber mill in Kelowna, the long process of sorting out severance, job finding, retraining and bridging to retirement begins.